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About Us

Welcome to Element Mountain where the roots are strong within the earth, ideas are fresh in the gentle breeze; growth is ever flowing with the clean waters and our spirits burn brightly within the eternal fires of existence. Element Mountain was named such in honor of the essentials of life, the core elements themselves, Earth, Air, Water and Fire.

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Camel’s Hump Hike

Rising 4,083 feet above the Lake Champlain Valley floor, the Camel’s Hump juts up to the Vermont sky with its highly unique physique. Positioned along the Vermont Long Range’s northern half, Camel’s Hump claims the third highest mountain in the state, tied with Mt Ellen. A classic landmark today from many areas in the middle […]
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Latest Photos/Videos

  • White Mountains

    Here are some of the many photos I took while in the Franconian Range of the White Mountains New Hampshire. Enjoy (Please remember all images are copyrighted)

  • trout lily

    Greetings from Element Mountain Vermont! Below you will find a few photos from our last set of events that took place a couple weekends ago. We hiked up Mt Abe in the Green Mountains, toured the Ausable Chasm in the Adirondacks, wandered back into the Green Mountain National Forest to a remote natural pond, went […]

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